Questions and Answers about U.S. Army Interviews

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The interview process is very comfortable actually. Your recruiter will make you feel like the army is the best job in the world.

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Be humble, be willing to learn and take care of those serving or served.

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In 1994 I was going to start a family so I went to see the Army recruiter.

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Casual, there is no dress code but look professional.

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Your best bet would be to speak with your parents about it first, and then meet with a recruiter to discuss your options. I would also recommend doing as much research as possible before meeting with the recruiter. Decide what jobs would best fit you, and find an MOS where the skills you will develop can be of use outside of the Army. The Army is a great way to gain work experience and employers want to hire veterans nowadays. You will qualify for jobs in the army based off of your ASVAB score, so you will have to test to find out what is available to you. MOS availability varies depending on what roles the army needs to fill.

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How well do you work with others?
Have you ever had a customer complaint and how did you deal with it?

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The questions are different for each MOS

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